AEOH. VERBS, 9J
, was got, I, 54; was obliged, II, 5.
Uititi-jav, bought, II, 3.
pai'ls&'jaU) "went, II, 7.
]thi~jaut became, II, 7.
kd-jau, wont, II, 10,
kJiat-jaUt seized, II, 14,
ma-jan, came, II, 15.
w-jatt, was, 162 and ff.
po-jau, struck, 185 and ff,; was struck, 2u3.
(I) Separated from the root.
d(d (miin) jan (cf. dai-fan, above), (he) possessed, 1,1.
pdn-kdn (tangJai . . . Uung shang pi *w»0) /a*, divided (all
between the two brothers), I, 3.
j)/w (pMn) jaw, floated (on poverty), 1,10.
pai-la-nia (ti jHHnan) jau, went (to his father), I, 21.
« (lung nl) jail, was (distant), I, 22. Cf «-/«w, above.
Id (man) jau (cf wzaw la-jau, I, 50), said (to him), I, 37.
Arm (phak-lting kbau) jau, gave (a feast to them), I, 38,
Jian (man) jan, saw her, II, 12. Cf. han-jav, above.
As already scon, u-jaitt the past of «, remain, be, is u^ed to form the imperfect.
Kd (or, as it is \\ ritten in 1,11, M) occurs in the following casos. In every instance
it is attacncd directly to the word performing the function of a verb, It should bo
distinguished from the word kii, go, which is frequently compounded with pait go, so as to
foim a couplet, as inpai-kd-^au (II, 7), or kd-jau (II, 10), went
bd-kd) said, II, 13,13,
lau-ka, told, H, 16
$ai-kd> went, I, 5,11 (ka) j II, 1, 6,17; 211 and ff,
$hrai'ka> went, II, 8.
rdng-hai-ka, shouted aloud, II, 13,
«-&«, fell, II, 11.
The Perfect is termed by adding koi after the word performing the function pf &
As already stated, Ktamti forms the perfect by adding yau after the verb Sa &lso Shan. wlncK may also,
however, prefix Jot", with or without yai* following the verb £01 means' come to an end, be uw<l up\
The following are examples of the perfect :—
dip-di-koi, has become alive and nell, I, 30, 54.
u*koit has been, "was, 1,33.
dai (khuft-dfi koi, has got (him in good health), I, 30
lau lu-kol, have not disobeyed, 1,44.
jti-koi, hast lived, I, 51.
dai (cliam) M, (and) hast possessed,^ 52,
pin-koit it happened, II, 9.
(km) po (Man luk tang khfa) kol, (I) have beaten (his son with many